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FootballFriday’s gamesDivision III semifinal: Baumholder 42, Sigonella 14Ramstein 48, Kaiserslautern 7Patch 31, Lakenheath 8Bristol Academy 19, Wiesbaden 12Vilseck 34, Heidelberg 26SHAPE 57, ISB 20Bitburg 44, AFNORTH 0Schweinfurt 28, Vicenza 8Naples 35, Ansbach 20Hohenfels 52, Aviano 18

Cross country(5,000 meters)Saturday at VicenzaBoysVicenza 15. Aviano and Sigonella were incomplete1, Laim Manville (Vicz) 17:31; 2, Abel Ararso (Sig) 17:40; 3, Josh Coudright (Avi) 17:47; 4, Zachary Winn (Vicz) 20:19; 5, Landon Sattazhan (Vicz) 20:29; 6, Andrew Stiles (Vicz) 20:32; 7, Alex Mears (Sig) 20:35; 8, Carlton hardy (Vicz) 20:38; 9, Keith Hollingsworth (Avi) 21:01; 10, Josh Pardew (Vicz) 21:40.GirlsVicenza 28, Aviano 32, Sigonella 861, Shelby McHugh (Avi) 20:57; 2, Claudia Howes (Avi) 21:32; 3, Katie Claunch (Vicz) 22:25; 4, Rachel York (Vicz) 22:41; 5, Sarah Henry (Vicz) 23:24; 6, Courtney Wilson (Avi) 24:26; 7, Amanda Coin (Vicz) 24:33; 8, Samantha McManus (Sig) 24:44; 9, Tory Brock (Vicz) 24:50; 10, Chanel Powell (Vicz) 25:22.Saturday at LakenheathBoysLakenheath 20, Alconbury 66, Menwith Hill 1191, Chase Noorda (Lake) 17:59; Ben Nelson (Alc) 18:29; 3, Chance Walsh (Lake) 18:36; 4, T.J. Adamson (Lake) 18:42; 5, Brandon Moorehead (Lake) 18:49; 6, Tom Irby (Alc) 19:04; 7, Price Bevill (Lake) 19:09; 8, Kimball Leanhart (Lake) 19:27; 9, Devon Dubyak (Lake) 19:36; 10, Wesley Redcliff (Alc) 19:45.GirlsLakenheath 15. Alconbury and Menwith Hill were incomplete1, McKayla Boden (Lake) 20:44; 2, Marra Lopes (Lake) 21:06; 3, Kellie Rutherford (Lake) 21:54; 4, Ashly Cazier (Alc) 22:00; 5, Shelby Linafelter (Lake) 22:19; 6, Jada Griffin (Alc) 23:00; 7, Sarah Noorda (Lake) 23:05; 8, Anica Midthun (Lake) 23:27; 9, Kaitllin Bennett (Lake) 23:32; 10, Leelabeth Cronkhite (Lake) 24:40.Saturday at RamsteinBoysKaiserslautern 39, Ramstein 44, Wiesbaden 51, Frankfurt International School 148, Baumholder 148, Heidelberg 153, Bitburg 1761, Michael Lawson (Kais) 16:29; 2, George Hyde (Rams) 16:36; 3, Alex Wieman (Wies) 16:49; 4, Michael Close (Kais) 17:05; 5, Kelton Dobbs (Bitb) 17:26; 6, Sean Davis (Kais) 17:28; 7, Kelsey Thomas (Wies) 17:28; 8, Harrison Adams (Rams) 17:36; 9, Galen McCarver (Rams) 17:38; 10, Jesse Hendrix (Wies) 17:42. GirlsRamstein 44, Wiesbaden 58, Frankfurt International School 67, Heidelberg 72, Kaiserslautern 106, Baumholder 177, Bitburg incomplete1, Alexis Vermiere (Rams) 20:08; 2, Anna Seiferth (Wies) 20:33; 3, Shanice Harmon (Heid) 20:33; 4, Madison Morse (Rams) 21:00; 5, Lilli Schuetz (FIS) 21:06; 6, Hannah Grebos (Kais) 21:10; 7, Gabriela Elliott (Wies) 21:13; 8, Madison Sophr (Rams) 21:16; 9, Caroline Orndorff (Wies) 21:29; 10, Isabelle Kern (FIS) 21:30.Saturday at StuttgartBoysVilseck 25, Patch 30, Ansbach 84. Hohenfels, Franconia and International School of Stuttgart were incomplete1, Damian Bishoff (Vils) 19:01; 2, Jacob Lindmann (Pat) 19:07; 3, Tyler Gamble (Pat) 19:14; 4, Dequan Bambesberger (Vils) 19:23.29; 5, Leonard Becker (Vils) 19:23.86; 6, Philip Ramirez (Vils) 19:35; 7, Ian Zeitler (Pat) 19:42; 8, Jacob Nantz (Pat) 19:51; 9, Michael Meadows (Vils) 19:53; 10, Isaac McIlvene (Pat) 19:57.34. GirlsPatch 24, Vilseck 31. Ansbach, Hohenfels, International School of Stuttgart and Franconia were incomplete1, Morgan Mahlock (Pat) 20:12; 2, Baileigh Sessions (Pat) 20:31; 3, Kiersten Carson (Vils) 21:04; 4, Kelly McGaskill (Ans) 21:33; 5, Caitlin Chapin (ISS) 22:38; 6, Malia Carson (Vils) 22:54; 7, Sydney Parker (Vils) 23:24; 8, Kaitlyn Fanar (Pat) 23:48; 9, Monique Rodriguez (Pat) 24:04; 10, Amelia Bergson (Pat) 24:23.Saturday at Mons, BelgiumBoysSHAPE 27, International School of Brussels 41, AFNORTH 117. American School of Paris, Brussels and St. Johns were incomplete1, Josh Moran (SHP) 17:38 (Course record. New course.); 2, Pierre-Marie Fort (ISB) 17:49; 3, Taichi Kumura (ISB) 18:31; 4, Pepijn Fraai (ISB) 18:44; 5, Karl Kristensen (SHP) 18:44; 6, Ed Almeira (SHP) 18:44; 7, Jonathon Moran (SHP) 18:49; 8, Julio Albadejo (SHP) 19:00; 9, Mortan Payne (SHP) 19:12; 10, Masharo Yamagishi (ISB) 19:15.GirlsSHAPE 27, Brussels 45, St. John’s 78, AFNORTH 84, American School of Paris and International School of Brussels were incomplete1, Alexandria De Fazio (Brus) 21:36 (Course record, new course.); 2, Keneally Phelan (SHP) 22:02; 3, Karoline Sorensen (SHP) 22:07; 4, Alena Salgado (SHP) 22:20; 5, Emma McLaughlin (Brus) 22:48; 6, Maria Vahrenhosrt (Brus) 23:00; 7, Cherry Carnes (AFN) 23:40; 8, Julia Pantleo (SHP) 24:03; 9, Cassidy Harless (AFN) 24:05; 10, Maddie Thrall (SHP) 24:20.

VolleyballBoysFriday at RomeAmerican Overseas School of Rome def. Marymount International School of Rome 25-21, 25-21, 17-25, 25-23Saturday at RomeAOSR def. Marymount 25-20, 25-21, 25-17Noteworthy — AOSR completed its regular season 10-0 and advances to Mediterranean championships Nov. 2-3 at Aviano as the No. 1 seed.Saturday at NaplesNaples def. International School of Florence 25-19, 25-20, 25-21Naples def. International School of Florence 25-13, 25-20, 25-21

GirlsSaturday at StuttgartPatch def. Vilseck 26-24, 25-4, 25-14Noteworthy — According to Patch coach Mike Rubino, Cathleen Tremo led Vilseck with 10 digs and six kills. Rubino reported 17 kills for Patch’s Rachel Hess and nine kills and four aces for her teammate Mercedes Deets.Patch def. Heidelberg 25-18, 25-16, 23-25, 12-25, 15-11Noteworthy — Hess posted 12 kills and an ace; Deets registered nine aces and four kills.Heidelberg def. Vilseck 25-19, 25-16, 25-13Noteworthy — Vilseck benefited from six digs and two aces by Adrianna Sued.Patch JV def. Vilseck JV 25-21, 25-19.Heidelberg JV def. Patch JV 25-27, 25-17, 15-9.Heidelberg JV def. Vilseck JV 25-14, 25-17.Friday at SigonellaAviano def. Sigonella 19-25, 24-26, 25-21, 26-24, 15-9Notewothry — According to Aviano assistant Pam Hillestad, Aviano rallied behind the play of Devin Franco (13 digs, 12 kills and seven aces) and Gabriella Guerrero, five kills. Sigonella coach Shawn McCarthy reported 10 kills, 10 assists and three blocks for Rachel Vosler; 11 assists and nine kills for Deeanna Brown, and six kills for Alessia Briggs.Saturday at SigonellaSigonella def. Aviano 30-28, 20-25, 19-25, 25-21, 18-16Noteworthy — McCarthy credited Vosler with 14 assists, eight kills and two blocks; Briggs with nine kills; Brown with eight assists and two blocks, and Sydney Moore with seven kills. Hillestad recorded 14 kills, 12 digs and five aces for Franco; six kills and five aces for Jasmine Cole, and six kills for Sabrina Huerta.Saturday at SchweinfurtHohenfels def. Schweinfurt 19-25, 27-25, 25-22, 25-8, 15-4Hohenfels def. Bamberg 25-13, 25-16, 25-11Schweinfurt def. Bamberg 25-12, 19-25, 25-20, 25-14Noteworthy — Schweinfurt coach Julia Heintz reported 10 kills and 89 percent serving from Kiana Glenn of Hohenfels. Glenn’s teammates Tashia Golson, with 10 blocks, and Amelia Heath, a 91 percent server on Saturday, also excelled. For Bamberg, Chelsey Emery recorded 20 digs and three aces and Kiyamah Lambert two kills against Hohenfels. Bamberg’s Caoimhe Harvey posted a block and a kill, 100 percent server Brittany Arenivas two digs and Zittanice Stancil three aces against Hohenfels. Topping Schweinfurt’s stat sheets were Shadaja Gamble with five kills and three digs vs. Bamberg, and Tricia Valverde, who made four digs, and Sarah Runey, who each made five kills against Hohenfels. Mariel Jones and Logan Street chalked up six assists and six digs, respectively against Hohenfels.Saturday at NaplesNaples def. International School of Florence 25-3, 25-22Noteworthy — Coach Kenny Byler reported 9 aces for Courtney Fukumitsu, four digs for gabby Arce and three kills for Victoria Krause.Naples def. International School of Florence 25-11, 25-17Noteworthy — Byler credited Carina Cusumano with seven digs, Andrea Hall with five kills, and Fukumitsu and Arce with five aces each.Saturday at Mons, BelgiumLakenheath def. SHAPE 25-10, 25-18, 26-24Noteworthy — For Lakenheath, Jourdan Hodge led the way with 11 kills, six digs and two aces. Hodge’s teammates Kaelan Rasmussen (12 assists, two aces and a kill) and Eliza Evans (seven digs, six aces, five kills and an assist) also loomed large in the straight-sets triumph.Kaiserslautern def, SHAPE 25-11, 25-18, 25-11Noteworthy — Kalyenn Richardson led K-town with four kills.Lakenheath def. Kaiserslautern 28-26, 25-18, 20-25, 25-22Noteworthy — Lakenheath rode 17 kills and three blocks by Evans, 14 kills and seven blocks by Hodge and 19 assists from Rasmussen to the victory, according to SHAPE coach Tony Harris. Misty Castillo led K-town with four kills.

Saturday at Menwith HillMenwith Hill def. AFNORTH 25-15, 25-22, 26-24Noteworthy — According to Menwith Hill coach Amanda Greenacre, Kaia Pierce led the Mustangs to a victory with seven aces and 10 kills. Arielle Rogers posted five aces, a dig and four kills. Mikala McClain and Lizzy Wagner served three aces each for Menwith Hill. Alconbury def. AFNORTH 25-16, 25-21, 25-13.Noteworthy – Greenacre reported four kills and a block for Alconbury’s Taylor Currie, six assists and two blocks for Currie’s teammate Leila Hall, and four aces and a kill for Alconbury’s Emily Luong.Alconbury def. Menwith Hill 25-22, 24-26, 25-22, 25-23.Noteworthy — According to Greenacre, Alconbury, behind six kills each by Currie and Luong and nine assists each from Ashley Goluba and Hall, overcame 10 kills, six blocks and five aces by Pierce; five digs by Alexis LaPlante and five kills by Arielle Rogers.Saturday at RamsteinRamstein def. Black Forest Academy 25-18, 25-14, 25-13.Noteworthy — Seniors led Ramstein, according to Ramstein coach Erin Marcus. Sarah Szybist posted 10 kills and seven aces, Kelsey Freeman hammered six kills; Jessica McGrew came up with 14 digs and two aces; Venice Arreola chalked up five digs, and Anna Griffin five kills and three aces.Wiesbaden def. Black Forest Academy 18-25, 25-17, 23-25, 25-23, 15-13. Noteworthy — Wiesbaden rode five kills, three aces and three blocks by Meghan Smith; four kills, two aces and two digs by Kirsten Velsvaag, and three aces, a kill and a block by Augusta Payeur to the victory.Ramstein def. Wiesbaden 25-13, 25-16, 25-20.Noteworthy — Szybist posted 10 kills and eight aces; Sarah Schiller handed out 31 assists, along with five kills and five blocks; Freeman put away six kills, and Journey Legg added three kills and an ace for Ramstein. Velsvaag had two aces, a kill and a dig for Wiesbaden, which got three aces and a block from Payeur and an ace and a dig from Megan Johnson.Ramstein JV def. BFA JV 25-17, 25-14.Wiesbaden JV def. BFA JV 25-11, 21-25, 15-11.Ramstein JV def. Wiesbaden JV 25-17, 25-16.

TennisSaturday at AnkaraBoysAnkara 2, Incirlik 0Deniz Alibazoglu def. Jesse Wiseman 6-2, 6-0; Gonzalo Marin and J.C. Hamilton def. Adrian Ramirez and Giancarlo Ruiz 6-3, 6-2.Noteworthy — According to Ankara coach Oscar Baldemor, Alibazoglu, unbeaten against Incirlik for three years, qualified for this week’s European championships Thursday-Saturday at the Vitis Tennis and Squash Center in Wiesbaden-Nordenstadt, Germany.GirlsIncirlik 2, Ankara 0Polen Gogce def. Aygerim Temirbek 6-0, 6-0; Ariella Joswick and Karese Kaw-uh def. Jaela Bills and Diane Kim 6-2, 6-3.Thursday at Steerebeek, BelgiumBoysAFNORTH 7, Brussels 2Luke Bonenclark (AFN) def. Merab Chitanava 6-0, 7-6 (7-4); Evan Bell (AFN) def. Nick Liebiediev 8-1; Max Hale (Brus) def. Matt Kinnear 8-6; Brooks Wolfe (AFN) def. Aman Tolonov 8-1; Merab and Chitanava def. Bonenclark and Wolfe 6-7 (0-7), 6-2, 11-9 (Tiebreaker played in lieu of third set.); Kinnear and Bell def. Hale and Tolonov 8-3.GirlsAFNORTH 9, Brussels 0Allt Bellas def. Lilian Yedigaryan 6-0, 6-0; Hope Bonenclark def, Cassie Brown 8-4; Sophia Essrich def, laura Yedigaryan 8-6; Grace Katzenson def. Patricia Rudy 8-1; Sarah Seitz def. Sisi Stockley 8-0; Emily Young def. Trinity Hill 8-1; Bonenclark and Seitz def. Rudy and Brown 6-2, 6-1; Katzenson and Essrich def. Yedigayan and Yedigaryan 8-2; Bellas and Harleigh Pinaula def. Stockley and Haylee Applegate 8-1.Saturday at HohenfelsBoysHohenfels 6, Vilseck 3Sage Thornburgh (Vils) def. Brandon Lucios 6-4, 6-2; Nathan Witty (Hoh) def. Chandler Davidson 8-2; Lucas Heath (Hoh) def. Mitchell Budihas 8-1; Cody Coon (Hoh) def. William Rosalino 8-3; Alex Sink (Hoh) def. Mark Bussell 8-6; Tony Williams (Hoh) def. Julian Battley 8-4; Lucios and Witty def. Davidson and Budihas 6-0, 6-1; Thornbrugh and Rosalino def. Heath and Alex Lange 8-4; Bussell and Battley def. Ian Rodman and Chaz Perryman 8-5.GirlsVilseck 6, Hohenfels 3Caroline Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Christy Chanin 6-1, 6-2; Lisa Bourgeois (Hoh) def. Anna Carmichael 9-7; Carolyn Pippin (Vils) def. Brittany Jacques 8-2; Deepika Singh (Vils) def. Chloe Holland 8-1; Madeline Olden (Vils) def. Delaney McKinney 8-1; Megan Kendzierski (Vils) def. Jasmine Hack 8-0; Bourgeois and Bourgeois def. Pippin and Carmichael 6-1, 6-4; Chanin and Singh def. Holland and Jacques 8-3; Olden and Kendzierski def. McKinney and Hack 8-2.Saturday at LakenheathBoysAlconbury 7, Lakenheath 2Peter Kovats (Lake) def. Ronnie Behr (Alc) 6-2, 6-0; Jeff Black (Alc) def. Ben Cates 8-2; Caleb Wilson (Lake) def. Joey Behr 8-4; Dylan Howorth (Alc) def. Erik Rushing 8-2; Solomon Grussing (Alc) def. Alex House 8-6; Nick McLouth (Alc) def. Trevor Roderick-Wood 8-1; Black and J. Behr def. Cates and Wilson 7-6 (7-3) 4-6, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); R. Behr and Howorth def. Garren Richardson and Izzak Reyes 8-0; Grussing and McLouth def. Hoseph Maruna and Nick Spalinger 8-1.GirlsLakenheath 7, Alconbury 2Caitlin Cash (Alc) def. Artisia Hidalgo 5-7, 6-4, 7-5; Aleeja Stanley (Lake) def. Caitlyn Renne 8-2; Rustine Azur (Lake) def. Victoria Fisher 8-1; Sabriena Lawrence (Lake) def. Emily Caverly 8-6; Angelika Glodo (Lake) def. Bradley Gibbons-Reid 8-2; Monique Kreske (Lake) def. Mia Carrasco 8-2; Hidalgo and Stanley def. Renne and Fisher 7-6 (8-6), 6-1; Cash and Caverly def. Savannah Roberts and Arianna Lemieux 8-1; Alex Rodriguez and Julian Baet (lake) def. April Cavin and Laura Holifield 8-3.Saturday at StuttgartBoysPatch 7, Heidelberg 2Ajdin Tahirovic (Pat) def. Cameron Meeker 6-1, 6-0; Alex Srodowski (Pat) def. Jack Kolodziejski 8-5; Dylan Rehwaldt (Pat) def. Wylder Raney 8-6; Myles Lacy (Heid) def. Devin Rehwaldt 8-2; Alec Basgall (Pat) def. Benjamin Little 8-4; Deasean Horton (Pat) def. Nate Discavage 8-3; Kolodziejski and Ramey def. Srodowski and Dy. Rehwaldt 3-6, 6-3, 6-2; Tahirovic and Joes Cook def. Meeker and Lacy 8-5; De. Rehwaldt and Basgall def. Little and Discavage 8-1.Patch 9, Black Forest Academy 0Tahirovic def. Keith Min 8-0; Jasper Surrett def. Tony Perumpankuzhy 6-4; Eugene Blue Bowen def, Keith Gallagher 8-0; Peyton Fritz def, Simon Ruegg 8-0; Srodowski and Dy. Rehwaldt def. Min and Perumpankuzhy 8-0; Surrett and Horton def. Gallagher and Kim 8-2.Heidelberg 9, BFA 0Meeker def. Min 8-0; Kolodziejski def. Perumpankuzhy 6-0; Raney def. Gallagher 6-0; Lacy def. Ruegg 6-0; Kolodziejski and Raney def. Min and Perumpankuzhy 8-1; Meeker and Lacy def. Gallagher and Kim 6-3.GirlsPatch 9, Heidelberg 0Eugenia Srodowki def. Agnes Drewitt 6-0, 6-0; Marina Fortun def. Meghan Bowen 8-0; Christine Young def. Alison Adkins 8-0; Jessica Cabalquinto def. Kajsa Fuhriman 8-6; Caity Roos def. Kara Luciano 8-6; Mallory Flynn def, Rachel Ryktarsyk 8-5; Fortun and Young def. Adkins and Fuhriman 6-0, 6-3; Srodowski and Flynn def. Drewitt and Bowen 8-0; Cabalquinto and Roos def. Luciano and Hanna Mowes 8-4.Patch 9, Black Forest Academy 0Srodwoski def. Lois Schtanue 6-0, 6-0; Fortun def. Andrea Lee 6-0; Young def. Joyce Hasler 6-0; Flynn def. Olivia Speck 6-4; Roos def. Joy Park 6-3; Cabalquinto def. Erin Ludington 6-2; Fortun and Young def. Schotanus and Anna Lee 8-0; Cabalquinto and Morgan Keyser def. Speck and Ludington 8-0; Sarah Nickle and Sophia Pauken def. Ludington and Chung 8-2.Heidelberg 9, Black Forest Academy 0Drewitt def. Schotanus 8-2; Bowen def Amd. Lee 6-1; Adkins def. Hasler 6-1; Fuhriman def. Speck 6-1; Adkins and Fuhriman def. Park and Speck 8-3; Drewitt and Bowen def, Schtanus and Lee 6-1; Luciano and Mowes def. Ludington and Chung 6-2.Saturday at VicenzaBoysVicenza 2, Aviano 2Mackenzie Roche (Vicz) def. Grant Wong 6-1, 6-0; Cody Price (Avi) def. James Bass 8-0; Roche and Andrew McKenzie def. Wong and Price 6-1, 6-0; Wong and Price def. Bass and McKenzie 8-0.GirlsTeam score unavailableKate Panian (Vicz) Taryn Williams 6-0, 6-2; Sammy Cordova (Vicz) def. Jade Westlake 8-4; Caitlyn Ratliff (Avi) def. Alex Bass 8-1; Rachel Ives (Avi) def. Justine Prim 8-3; Jenna Pimentel and Samantha Pimentel (Vicz) def. Westlake and Ives 6-1, 6-2; Ratliff and Jassett Martinez def. Prim and Bass 8-3; Panian and Cordova vs. Allison Walker and Sydney McCool, result unavailable.Saturday at Mons, BelgiumBoysSHAPE 7, International School of Brussels 2Dimitrios Stavropoulos (SHP) def. Fabian Sandrup Selvik 6-0, 6-3; Garnier De Falletans def. Aaron Yip 9-8 (7-5); Fragkiskos Frantzis (SHP) def. Maxime Dumortier 6-1; Brendan McMahon (SHP) def. Bram Den Dekker 6-1; Travis Pheland (SHP) def. Alex Hogenhuis 6-2; Mauritis Maliepaard (ISB) def. Antonio Tovar 6-4; Yip and Frantzis def. Sandrup Selvik and Den Dekker 7-5, 6-4; Stavropoulos and McMahon def, De Falletans and Dumortier 6-0; Tovar and Phelan def. Hogenhuis and Alex Albos 6-4.GirlsInternational School of Brussels 7, SHAPE 2Carmen Zarco (SHP) def. Malak Nasr El Din 6-3, 6-1; Juliette Rohrlich (ISB) def. Eliska Reimannova 8-3; Chloe Francois (ISB) def. Nevena Manojlovic 8-3; Isabel White (ISB) def. Brooke Lyonnais 6-0; Ines Vega (ISB) def. Aleksandra Kolodkina 7-5; Serena Weber (ISB) def. Sarah Dellorso 7-6 (7-4); Megumi Ogasawara and Mioli Yamada (ISB) def, Reinmannova and Manojlovic 6-3, 6-2; Zarco and Kolodkina def. Yui Takano and Minami Kuritama 6-1; Hannah Kleiven and Mathilde De Koninck (ISB) def. Lyonnais and Dellorso 6-2.Saturday at RamsteinBoysRamstein 6, Wiesbaden 3Nathan Setka (Rams) def. Devan Tisdale 6-4, 6-3; Aryan Von Eicken (Rams) def. Charlie Hill 8-0; Lee DeBose (Rams) def. John Arnold 8-4; Cooper Abernathy (Wies) def. Joshua Seawell 8-2; Eduardo Bedoya (Wies) def. Noah Hering 8-1; Name withheld (Rams) def. Joe Renzi 10-8; Von Eicken and DeBose def. Arnold and Hill (Wies) 6-0, 6-2; Setka and Seawell def. Tisdale and Abernathy 8-6; Bedoya and Renzi def. Hering and name withheld 8-3.GirlsWiesbaden 5, Ramstein 4Jade Sullivan (Wies) def. Meghan Augsburger 6-3, 7-5; Sydney Townsend (Rams) def. Peyton Taylor 8-6; Heather Boehme (Wies) def. Jennifer DeBose 8-2; Hanna Hering (Rams) def. Kate Connors 8-6; Katie Mosley (Wies) def. Giuliana Gillespie 8-3; Maria Buzbee (Wies) def. Brittany Overton 9-7; Townsend and DeBose def. Taylor and Connors 6-2, 7-6 (tiebreaker score unavailable); Augsburger and Hering def. Mosley and Boehme 8-1; Buzbee and Boehme def. Gillespie and Overton 8-1.

Saturday at BaumholderBoysKaiserslautern 9, Bitburg 0Chris Jastrab def. Jeremy Lewis 6-1, 6-0; Chris Martin def. Jeshua Olson-Gross 8-0; Elijah Crouch def. Damian Gatterburg 8-3; Josh Merchat def. Jason Kloweit 8-4; Martin and Crouch def. Olson-Gross and Gatterburg 7-6 (7-5), 6-2; Jastrab and Merchat def. Lewis and Kloweit 8-4.Bitburg 9, Baumholder 0Lewis def. Robert King 6-1, 6-1; Olson-Gross def. Joshua Milo 8-0; Olson-Gross and Gatterburg def. King and Milo 6-2, 6-1.GirlsBitburg 8, Baumholder 1Anne-Marie Clark (Bitb) def. Adwoa Sika 6-1, 6-0; Brandy Perry (Bitb) def. Victoria Williams 8-3; Averi Goetz (Bitb) def. Simone Bugett 8-1; Mekenna Hooper (Bitb) def. Savannah Son 8-3; Tahilah Crasta (Bitb) def. Kainarose Irving 8-6; Jasmine Gomez (Bitb) def. Elizabeth Jacobson 8-6; Perry and Goetz def. Williams and Bugett 6-1, 6-3; Clark and Hooper def. Irving and Son 8-0; Diaz and Jacobson def. Crasta and Gomez 8-5.Kaiserslautern 5, Bitburg 4Clark def. Brianna Goulet 6-4, 6-4; Perry def. Jana Cain 9-8 (14-12); Anna Langholz (Kais) def. Goetz 8-3; Anna Roberts (Kais) def. Hooper 8-0; Alexandra Proto (Kais) def. Crasta 8-2; Gomez def. Desiree Andersen 8-5; Cain and Langholz def. Perry and Goetz 7-6 (7-4), 6-3; Goulet and Proto def. Clark and Hooper 8-5; Crasta and Gomez def. Roberts and Andersen 8-1.


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